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J. S. FletcherDead Men's Money

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Librivox recording of Dead Men’s Money, by J. S. Fletcher.

This classic mystery produces its first dead body during a clandestine midnight meeting. Already nothing is what it seems... (Summary by Gesine)

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This audio is part of the collection: The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
It also belongs to collections: Audio Books & Poetry; Community Audio

Artist/Composer: J. S. Fletcher
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text


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01 - The One-Eyed Man 11.1 MB
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02 - The Midnight Mission 14.5 MB
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03 - The Red Stain 9.7 MB
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04 - The Murdered Man 12.3 MB
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05 - The Brass-Bound Chest 11.3 MB
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06 - Mr. John Phillips 10.9 MB
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07 - The Inquest on John Phillips 12.5 MB
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08 - The Parish Registers 11.9 MB
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09 - The Marine-Store Dealer 11.0 MB
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10 - The Other Witness 11.1 MB
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11 - Signtures to the Will 13.5 MB
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12 - The Salmon Gaff 9.8 MB
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13 - Sir Gilbert Carstairs 13.7 MB
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14 - Dead Men's Money 10.2 MB
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15 - Five Hundred A Year 9.8 MB
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16 - The Man in the Cell 9.4 MB
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17 - The Irish Housekeeper 9.1 MB
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18 - The Ice Ax 10.2 MB
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19 - My Turn 10.8 MB
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20 - The Samaritan Skipper 12.1 MB
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21 - Mr. Gavin Smeaton 9.2 MB
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22 - I Read My Own Obituary 8.5 MB
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23 - Family History 10.2 MB
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24 - The Suit of Clothes 10.4 MB
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25 - The Second Disappearance 10.4 MB
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26 - Mrs. Ralston of Craig 11.7 MB
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27 - The Bank Balance 9.5 MB
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28 - The Hathercleugh 13.0 MB
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29 - All In Order 11.8 MB
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30 - The Carstairs Motto 11.2 MB
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31 - No Trace 12.7 MB
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32 - The Link 9.4 MB
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33 - The Old Tower 13.2 MB
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34 - The Bargain 11.2 MB
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35 - The Swag 12.0 MB
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36 - Gold 10.9 MB
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37 - The Dark Pool 20.7 MB
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Reviewer: ListeninginChicago - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - December 28, 2009
Subject: Excellent Mystery
This is written as though one of the characters was telling the story, so as I was wondering early on why he didn't tell someone about . . ., but at the same time the author (with the benefit of hindsight) was asking himself the very same thing. Oh well, had he told someone, it wouldn't have been much of a mystery, now would it?

The plot kept me quite engaged and in the dark until the last few chapters. I would recommend it to those who enjoy mysteries as an easy and entertaining book to listen to.

This was a LibriVox group recording, with many familiar voices. All of the readers did a fine job.